Sex and the City Closes Its Legs

Kristin Davis tells E! Online that a third “Sex and the City” movie is looking unlikely due to the less than stellar success of the sequel.

“I don’t think so, not that I know of. I wish it was so that we were continuing but I don’t know. We made [about] 300 million internationally. There was so much hype, not coming from us, but the media hyped it up and then they tore it down” says Davis.

She adds that “I could be wrong. Obviously there was a time when we thought there was no movie happening so you never know. But it is not looking great.”

The first “Sex and the City” movie grossed $415 million internationally from a $65 million budget and scored weak reviews. This year’s sequel cost $100 million but grossed a smaller $280 million and opened to utterly scathing reviews even from strong supporters of the first film.